Actor Pio Marmaï
Pio Marmaï, born July 13, 1984 in Strasbourg, is a French actor. Coming from an artistic background (his mother is a former costume designer at the Strasbourg Opera and his father, an Italian immigrant, is a stage designer), Pio Marmaï attended the School's Scuola Commedia dell'Arte Antonio Fava drama The Terrible Children of Paris, the Conservatory of Creteil and the School of Comedy of Saint-Etienne1. He made himself known between 2006 and 2007 by his performance in Edouard Bourdet's Les Temps difficile, directed by Jean-Claude Berutti, at the Comédie-Française; and Andrea del Sarto by Alfred de Musset, directed by Nathalie Mauger, this time in Belgium. It is revealed in 2008 by the cult movie "Le premier jour du reste de ta vie" directed by Rémi Bezançon. His performance earned him a César nomination for the best male hope.